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*NELSON IN THE VICTORYS COCKPIT, MORTALLY WOUNDED, OCTOBER 21ST, 1805
*NELSON IN THE VICTORYS COCKPIT, MORTALLY WOUNDED, OCTOBER 21ST, 1805
Original antique copper-plate engraving
Engraved by R. Golding after B. West
Published by Cadell & Davies, London, 1809
Hand-coloured
Mounted in cream

Image size: 18 x 21cm
Mounted size: 39 x 45cm

Price inc. VAT: £175.00
Price excl. VAT: £146.00
THE COCKPIT, BATTLE OF THE NILE
THE COCKPIT, BATTLE OF THE NILE
Original antique aquatint engraving
Drawn by Heath, engraved by Dubourg
Published by Orme, London, 1817
Mounted in cream

Image size: 29 x 19cm
Mounted size: 47 x 37cm

Price incl. VAT: £225.00
Price excl. VAT: £187.50
THE DEATH OF NELSON AT THE BATTLE OF TRAFALGAR
THE DEATH OF NELSON AT THE BATTLE OF TRAFALGAR
Original Antique Copper Engraving
Engraved by Charles Sharpe after David Maclise
Published by the Art Union, 1876
Mounted in Cream with black slip

Image size: 114 x 31cm
Mounted size: 134 x 54cm

Price incl. VAT: £750.00
Price excl. VAT: £625.00

Shortly before 1.30pm Nelson, who had steadfastly refused to cover the stars on his coat was hit by a bullet from the mizzen top of the French galleon Redoutable. In order not to discourage the Victorys men, Nelson threw his handkerchief over his face before he was carried below. The sharp shooters in Redoubtables tops virtually cleared Victorys exposed decks of men.

Noticing the damage being done, Midshipman Pollard and the Signal Quartermaster King, took a keg of bullets and muskets, and kept a steady fire until no men remained in Redoubtables tops.